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Topic # 229066 6-Feb-2018 09:55
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Hi 

 

Has anyone had any experience of in car tv tuners here in New Zealand, particularly ordered from China. I'm thinking of getting this unit but not sure if it will work here in NZ.

 

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/180-200km-h-Speed-Driving-DVB-T2-Car-4-Antenna-4-Mobility-Chip-DVB-T2-Car/207175_32787235275.html

 

Thanks

 

 

 

Jonathan


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  Reply # 1952309 6-Feb-2018 10:26
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Havent bought a car one, but have a couple of cheap chinese DVB-T2 capable projectors, and they work fine, except no aweful freeview guide or freeview plus. Show all the channels, sorted the numbers out fine when scanning. Even had NZ in the country list and a user interface that looks the same as the warehouse TV's have.





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  Reply # 1952342 6-Feb-2018 11:54
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I'd be wary. It doesn't show Australia and NZ in the list of countries where it can be used.


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  Reply # 1952348 6-Feb-2018 12:02
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Simply because we have no DVB-T2 transmitters since demise of Igloo. T2 tuners support the legacy DVB-T standard so should work fine.


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